Darcy Sarto wrote:Steve wrote:Kateg28 wrote:Surely it should be on behaviour? If someone appears drunk then refuse entry?
Exactly, just because someone's had >4 pints doesn't mean they're going to start a fight or misbehave. Conversely, just because someone's had <4 pints doesn't mean they're not going to be trouble. This is a very blunt instrument.
Blunt but objective. The ability of a nightclub/bar bouncer to make an objective behavioural analysis of potential patrons must, understandably, be compromised from time to time?
I agree with the objectivity.
It appears that the bad behaviour of a few people unable to hold their drink, once again ruin it for everyone else and force establishments to find a measureable objective benchmark.
Not sure why I am overly worried, I cannot remember when I went into a place that has bouncers.
Oh apart from a Saturday a few weeks ago when I went to visit a friend's daughter who has started work in the templars